Tamarindo Talk

January 22, 2010

I ran into Alejandro Berkowitz, the owner of Tamarindo Vista Villas, and he wanted to remind everybody that he has the biggest party in town Friday nights with the hotel’s Ladies’ Night and Latin Night. Also, he says his hotel’s swimming pool is open to locals every day.

There’s a new supermarket in Tamarindo. It’s on the first floor of Aqua and is called Super Las Olas.

Gaining in popularity is Karaoke Tuesdays at Sharky’s, offering “Karaoke Courage” shots to everyone who sings.

Tamarindo Recycles no longer has monthly recycling at the beach because it has arranged for the Santa CruzMunicipality to pick up recycling at 10 sites around Tamarindo. These spots are: the MINAET building at the estuary; Parque de la Independencia; the beach parking lot opposite Aqua; Tamarindo Circle; the beach access road near the Alfaro bus station and El Pescador; the cul-de-sac by Cala Luna hotel; outside El Mono Loco Hotel; the beach access between Crystal Sands and Cala Luna; the Langosta beach access between the RPM office and the Barceló hotel; and Surf Club Sports Bar.

–Ellen Zoe Golden

ellenzoe@aol.com

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